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Joseph F. Castrilli and Fe de Leon

Green Party Leader Elizabeth May unsuccessfully introduced amendments to Bill S-5 at the House Environment Committee that would have corrected the gap in the legislation, write Joseph Castrilli and Fe de Leon. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Green Party Leader Elizabeth May unsuccessfully introduced amendments to Bill S-5 at the House Environment Committee that would have corrected the gap in the legislation, write Joseph Castrilli and Fe de Leon. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault co-hosted the United Nations Biodiversity Conference in Montreal last year, culminating in a Biodiversity Agreement. The commitments in that agreement are threatened by proposed amendments to Bill S-5, currently under study by the House Environment Committee. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault co-hosted the United Nations Biodiversity Conference in Montreal last year, culminating in a Biodiversity Agreement. The commitments in that agreement are threatened by proposed amendments to Bill S-5, currently under study by the House Environment Committee. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
The legislative solution is to make pollution-prevention planning mandatory for all cancer-causing agents listed in CEPA, and forbid pollution abatement as a substitute, write Joseph F. Castrilli and Fe de Leon. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
The legislative solution is to make pollution-prevention planning mandatory for all cancer-causing agents listed in CEPA, and forbid pollution abatement as a substitute, write Joseph F. Castrilli and Fe de Leon. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay